Saturday August 8, 2020

Hotel’s licence appeal refused

A development company which wants to reopen a ‘‘dilapidated and vandalised’’ hotel in Donegal has failed to overturn the Circuit Court’s refusal to renew the hotel’s liquor licence.

16th October, 2010

A development company which wants to reopen a ‘‘dilapidated and vandalised’’ hotel in Donegal has failed to overturn the Circuit Court’s refusal to renew the hotel’s liquor licence.

The McCloskey and O’Kane Building Company bought the Greencastle Fort Hotel and seven acres of land for €2.8 million in October 2004.

The company planned to develop the adjoining lands, so the hotel was boarded up and has...

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